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Gartner Core Research Services Now Available to the UNT Community

By Dr. Maurice Leatherbury, Associate Vice President for Computing and Chief Technology Officer, CITC

The Computing and Information Technology Center, the Library, the College of Arts & Sciences, the College of Engineering, and the College of Business Administration have cooperated to purchase a subscription to Gartner Core Research Services for all UNT faculty, students, and staff. To access the subscription, you must log into the UNT Gartner portal page at https://gartner.unt.edu/ .

Gartner Core Research contains a large base of knowledge regarding IT technologies, markets, and industries. It supplies easy access to data and analysis about the latest news, trends, products, and insights within the field of information technology. The Research for Higher Education section is designed to meet the specific needs of students, faculty and staff as well as technology professionals within the University. It offers unparalleled depth and breadth of research developed by analysts who have extensive backgrounds and it strives for objectivity and independence.

The Gartner research includes:

  • Emerging trends in technology
  • Governance best practices
  • Strategic Planning Best Practices
  • Strategic document review
  • Wireless technology trends
  • Security: Disaster Recovery, Business Continuity
  • Administrative and Student Financial Systems
  • Distance Learning
  • Open Source

For a more comprehensive view of the Gartner offerings you can visit their web site via the UNT Gartner portal at https://gartner.unt.edu/ .


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